Tonight, on Hannity & Colmes!

Retired Gen. Wesley Clark's (search) campaign has released  30 years worth of internal military evaluations from his commanding officers. The reports begin with General Clark's admission to West Point (search) in 1962 and cover more than 30 years of his military career. The pages are brimming with many accolades and commendations.

One of the outstanding evaluations came in 1978 from Gen. Alexander M. Haig Jr., then Supreme Allied Commander of NATO (search). Would former Secretary of State Gen. Haig offer the same recommendation  today? He’ll join us.

FNC political analyst Dick Morris will also weigh in.
 
• Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant (search) could learn this week whether he will be tried on charges he raped a 19-year-old hotel worker.

Defense attorney Robert Shapiro and FOX News legal analyst Peter Johnson will assess the latest.

• Are some black leaders, such as Jesse Jackson (search) and Al Sharpton (search), nothing more than con artists who gain money and power by promoting racial tension and class warfare?

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, author of SCAM: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America, and Ron Daniels, executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, join the debate.

• And country music singer Mark Wills performs live.

All these stories and more!

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--The Associated Press contributed to this report

-All guests and topics subject to change